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In the North End you can throw a stone and hit at least one Italian restaurant, but tucked away in a historic townhouse by the old Paul Revere House is Mamma Maria’s, one the most reliable and authentic Italian mainstays in the city. The menu is just as timeless as the serene dining room with upscale offerings like, Lamb Gnocchi with cucumber yogurt, braised Suckling Pig layered with roasted eggplant and baked apple, and creamy braised rabbit in a Tuscan-style pappardelle pasta with crispy pancetta and fresh rosemary. Mamma’s asks that you put your phone away, which is for the best as you’ll need to turn your full attention to the truly extensive wine list.

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Mamma Maria

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In the North End you can throw a stone and hit at least one Italian restaurant, but tucked away in a historic townhouse by the old Paul Revere House is Mamma Maria’s, one the most reliable and authentic Italian mainstays in the city. The menu is just as timeless as the serene dining room with upscale offerings like, Lamb Gnocchi with cucumber yogurt, braised Suckling Pig layered with roasted eggplant and baked apple, and creamy braised rabbit in a Tuscan-style pappardelle pasta with crispy pancetta and fresh rosemary. Mamma’s asks that you put your phone away, which is for the best as you’ll need to turn your full attention to the truly extensive wine list.